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Kanchanaburi, The Bridge on The River Kwai

You may not have heard of Kanchanaburi, but there’s a strong chance that you’re familiar with the 1957 Academy Award winning dramatic film ‘The Bridge Over the River Kwai’, which was set here. A couple of hours from Bangkok in western Thailand, Kanchanaburi province holds......

Kanchanaburi, Top Things To See And Do

Located about 100km west of Bangkok at the convergence of three rivers, Kanchanaburi offers a relatively easy getaway from Thailand’s capital. Attracting crowds of tourists interested in learning about the difficult history of Thailand during World War II, it is here that the occupying Japanese......

Natural Attractions around Kanchanaburi

The main draw to the area may undeniably be the River Kwai and the infamous railway line that dates back to Japanese occupation of Thailand during World War II, but as the largest of Thailand’s western provinces, Kanchanaburi has much more to offer, making it......

Ayutthaya, essential to do list for beyond the historical park

Most visitors to Ayutthaya understandably focus their time on the impressive historical park, although there is much on offer for those who can linger longer for a taste of the city that exists beyond the island. Here is our essential to do list, including a......

A Day Trip to the Ayutthaya Historical Park

The country’s former capital, Ayutthaya Historical Park has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most impressive ruined cities in Asia, making it a must-see for history and architecture enthusiasts that are visiting Thailand. Offering an insightful depiction of how......

Notes on Ayutthaya, an ancient capital

Ayutthaya is a city in Thailand, about 80 kilometres north of Bangkok. It was the first capital of the Kingdom of Siam and a flourishing international trading port from 1350 until it’s ruin by the Burmese in 1767. The remains of the old city now form......

Cruising Bangkok’s Canals and the Bang Luang Community

Bangkok is often referred to as the ‘Venice of the East’ giving reference to the thousands of kilometers of tiny waterways that shoot off the main Chao Phraya River, inviting exploration by long tail boat and evoking romance of a bygone era. The Chao Phraya......

Ko Lan off Pattaya’s coast

Most visitors to Pattaya opt to hop across and spend time on Ko Lan, a small Thai island just 7km off the coast in the Gulf of Thailand. Ko Lan is home to beautiful beaches set against a backdrop of heavily forested hills and has......

A Traveller’s Guide to Pattaya

It may be true that Pattaya on Thailand’s east coast is well known for its gorgeous beaches, yet one should never lose sight of how much there is to discover and enjoy in and around this popular tourist destination. A quiet fishing village as recently......

Must visit temples in the Hua Hin and Cha Am district

Over 93% of all the people in Thailand are Buddhist, nearly all of them Theravada Buddhists, and wherever you travel in this South East Asian country you will find temples, Buddha images and many orange robed monks. The district of Hua Hin and Cha Am......